Car hire in
Santiago de Compostela airport
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Drivalia Mobility Store
Santiago de Compostela airport
Phone: +34 981 897 162 / +34 600 444 023
Summer 08:00 – 23:00
(1st of April until 31st of October)
Winter 08:00 – 22:00
(1st of November until 31st of March)
How to find Drivalia Mobility Store at Santiago airport
From the arrival’s hall, take the lift down to the parking level -3 (minus 3). When you arrive at the parking you will see the Meeting Point signs. The shuttle bus, which is clearly identifiable with the Drivalia logo and our uniformed driver, will meet you here to take you the short journey to the office. The buses run every few minutes throughout the day.
How to arrive at the Drivalia Mobility Store in Santiago by car
– From Santiago (on the national road N-634), continue following this road in the direction of the airport (aeropuerto). Once you arrive at the roundabout of the entrance of the airport you change position and take the 4th exit to return back on the N-634 towards Santiago/Lavacolla / Boqueixón. You will find Drivalia around 150m from the roundabout in a small street to the right hand side.
– From Santiago (on the motorway A-54),take exit number 86. In the roundabout, take the first exit following the signs to the airport, continuing on the SC-21. At the next roundabout take the first exit signposted N-634 to Santiago / Lavacolla / Boqueixón. You will find Drivalia around 150m from the roundabout in a small street that rund to the office.
– From Lugo (on the motorway A-54). Follow the signs to the airport. Take exit number 86. At the roundabout, take the third exit, following the signs to the airport, continuing on the SC-21. At the next roundabout take the first exit to the right, following the signs N-634 towards Santiago / Lavacolla / Boqueixón. You will find Drivalia around 150m from the roundabout in a small street that takes you to the office.
– From Coruña (AP-9) follow the motorway towards Santiago. Take exit number 55, following the signs to the N-550 towards Siguiero / Aerupuerto. Follow the national road until you find the signs to the airport on the left and continue on the AC-250. At the next roundabout take the second exit towards Lavacolla and continue on the SC-21. At the next roundabout take the first exit on the right following the signs N-634 to Santiago / Lavacolla / Boqueixón. You will find Drivalia around 150m from the roundabout in a street next to the office.
Frequently asked questions about car hire
Santiago de Compostela
Upon arrival you will need to show your passport, a valid driving licence and a valid credit card (VISA or MASTERCARD only) all in the name of the main driver.
Please note that a credit card will not be required if you have purchased our Ultimate package or our S.C.D.W. cover. This only applies to cover purchased on drivalia.es at the time of booking or at our rental desk.
We will also need to see the driving licence of any additional driver(s) although they do not need to be present.
The above are generally all that is required although in some cases we may need to see additional documentation such as your flight confirmations.
The location of Santiago airport in Spain makes it an ideal base for visitors as it lies directly between the dramatic Northern coastlines of Asturias and just a short drive to the border of Portugal meaning that visitors can enjoy the experience of seeing two countries with ease during the same holiday.
When many people think of Spain they immediately associate it with the south and the Costa regions but the North of Spain is a completely different experience and an opportunity to enjoy breathtaking scenery, indulge in the fine traditional food and absorb the differences in culture and ways of life. Fly to Santiago Airport in Spain and experience something new, embracing and exciting.
The Atlantic ocean and shores of the north of Spain provide a mix of beautiful beaches, which are ideal for long walks enjoying nature, and dramatic cliffs and rocks which can provide a show of waves crashing ashore from the rough Atlantic conditions. It´s these conditions that mean that local seafood, or “Marsico” is so famous for its size, quality, taste and texture. Indeed some of the finest seafood in Spain and around the world is brought in from the Spanish trawlers which work these seas.
Santiago de Compostela Tourist Information
This historic City makes an ideal holiday or city break destination no matter what your tastes are. Pilgrims once travelled by foot form all over Europe to visit the relics of Saint James (Santiago in Spain) which were housed in the Cathedral which was being built from 1075 to 1211 and is still standing today after being renovated several times over the centuries – clearly being one of the most visited tourist attractions in the area.
The Cathedral forms the east side of the Plaza de Obradoiro, a large square which represents the heart of the old town and also is home to other historic landmark buildings such as the Hostel de Los Reyes Católicos, the city hall and the Colegio de San Jerómino.
The Camino de Santiago is a world famous pilgrimage trail which traditionally has been walked for centuries and whilst originally starting in France and ending in Santiago, people now walk from all over Spain to arrive at the Tomb of Saint James in Santiago.
Well worth a trip is to the farthest North Western costa of the Atlantic and the “Costa Da Morte” or Coast of death which is the home to many ship-wrecks due to the treacherous sea conditions. The fishing in this area supplies Spain, Europe and beyond and you may even be lucky enough to see the bravery of the local “Percebeiros” (shellfish collectors) who perform breath-taking leaps in the high seas from rocks to rocks, battling with tides and waves to pick barnacles off the rocks. You have a good chance of seeing them working near the cliffs in O Roncudo, a beautiful village with quaint narrow streets and brightly painted houses near Corme.
When you fly to santiago de compostela airport you are only a short drive to the City but of course with a car you have the freedom to explore this vast and beautiful area.
Car hire Santiago de compostela airport Collection Instructions
You will find the experience of collecting your car hire from Santiago airport in Spain extremely easy with Drivalia. After you have cleared passport control and collected your bags, from the arrivals hall, take the lift down to the parking level -3 (minus 3).f When you arrive at the parking you will see the Meeting Point signs. The Drivalia Mobility Store shuttle bus, which is clearly identifiable with the Drivalia logo and our uniformed driver, will meet you here to take you the short journey to the office.
The busses run continually throughout the day so if there is no bus on arrival please wait a few minutes and we will be with you. It's really important that you provide your flight number when you book your car so that we can monitor your flight and know that you have landed. Providing this information helps us to make your whole experience of car hire at Santiago de Compostela airport with Drivalia a smooth and enjoyable one!
At the end of your rental, simply return the car to our offices and we will check you in quickly. You will then be promptly transported back to the departures area of Santiago airport in our shuttle bus.
On arrival, if you are not familiar with the area we will provide you with a simple map of the airport and how to return your car. If you wish, you can download our car return instructions map here.